This little presentation from the Office of National Statistics has the answer. It’s packed full of interesting information, presented in a very clear manner:
- Jo Swinson writes…Dissolution honours make the contribution of women look invisible (Jo Swinson)
- Lord Jim Wallace writes: New Lib Dem colleagues will campaign with me to reform House of Lords (Jim Wallace)
- The crowded centre-left (Joe Otten)
- How would Jeremy Corbyn actually lead the Labour party? (Paul Walter)
- The Glass Ceiling Is Higher, Not Broken (Rebecca Plenderleith)
- The Story of Kullervo, by J.R.R. Tolkien, ed. Verlyn Flieger
- Changing behaviour
- Alistair Darling: From the International Marxist Group to the Lords
- The Shepherd's Crown
- Thursday reading
- 8 points about the Lib Dem honours - and one member I'm ashamed to be associated with
- There isn't a migration crisis - only a migration opportunity
- The Weeping Time
- ALDC at Conference: Summary
- Lib Dems call for TfGM to Get Me There by Christmas
- Richard Stallard 28th Aug - 3:30am
Looking at the MPs, it's obvious that deep down the LDs don't have any time for women. It's all just fine words and posturing. Eight...
- Richard Stallard 28th Aug - 3:12am
"Put the retired county Colonels in charge of dishing out a gong" A good idea but since most of the old county regiments have now...
- Michael BG 28th Aug - 3:07am
It appears to me that the majority of voters are concerned about themselves and their immediate family. If someone is well off they might consider...
- Chris_sh 28th Aug - 1:42am
@George Potter Until the recent role reversal, the SNP were a minor party and wouldn't have got much public exposure. Even now they won't get...
- Chris_sh 28th Aug - 1:35am
@Matthew Huntbach I know that you have been talking about this for a very long time, but surely there are other issues as well, it...
- Michael BG 28th Aug - 1:27am
Mark Argent raises an interesting issue and links this to barriers in society generally. Of course there are other groups of people who struggle to...
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